Serre Chevalier

Attractive runs through pine forests is what attracts RocketSkiers to Serre Chevalier year after year, offering some of the most scenic skiing in the Alps. Spectacular mountain views and lots of sunshine to complement the skiing, Serre Chevalier is a picture-perfect resort.

While the streets can be quieter at night there are some great bars to pick from scattered through the various villages on resort. So if you're looking to spend all day on the mountain taking in the scenic views, followed by a relaxing drink in the evening, then Serre Chevalier is a great choice.

Key Features:

  • Four interlinked ski areas make up 250km of piste – great for those looking for lots of space to explore
  • Terrain park and natural half-pipes for snowboarders looking to perfect their jumps
  • Monêtier, one of the linked areas is well known for its hot spring baths
  • Mountain scenery and lots of sunshine complement the wonderful ski terrain

Accommodation Choices:

On the Slopes:


For beginners alone there are 23 green runs, ranging from nursery slopes to wide, scenic trails on the mountain tops.


Intermediates can choose from 39 varied red runs, many of which take skiers through the woods and provide challenging descents.


There is extensive off-piste and adventurous black run skiing for the more advanced Rockerskier, including the fast Luc Alphand Olympic piste named after the local boy turned Olympic Gold medallist, massive moguls and steep descents.


Serre Chevalier is superb for snowboarding, with plenty of natural half-pipes and a snow park.


Serre Chevalier

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Ski Facts:

  • 250 km
  • North & Northeast
  • 23 31 39 12
  • 4 km
  • Approx 2 hours from Turin
    Approx 3.5 hours from Grenoble
    Approx 14 hours from Calais

  • 63
  • 2830 m
  • 300+ Snow Cannons
  • In resort
  • 1 terrain park, 1 half-pipe
    and 1 boarder-cross

  • Yes
  • Ski and non-ski kindergarten
    up to 6 yrs

  • Yes. €3 deposit is added to final invoice and refundable in UK.
    No photograph required.

  • In Briançon

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  • Skating rink
  • Swimming (indoor and outdoor)
  • A great range of bars
  • Good variety of restaurants
  • Thermal spa baths
  • Bowling